Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Gundruk (Shinki) and Bhatmas Sadeko Recipe!

Today my kitchen was filled with aroma of our national food "Gundruk." Gundruk is a traditional Nepali dish made out of fermented leafy vegetables. It has slightly sour taste and is extremely delicious. Gundruk curry and achar are very popular in almost every region of Nepal. I personally like achar of it, especially when combined bhatmas. Like Masaura (Recipe Here), I had packed some when I was home. Without any further discussions, below are the steps for easy Gundruk achar :) Also, click here for the regular Bhatmas Sadeko Recipe. and click here for Gundruk and Tarul Curry Recipe.


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Prep time: 5min(s) Cook time: 10min(s) Total time: 15min(s)

Things you will need:
  1. Gundruk (1 and half cups)
  2. Cilantro (Finely chopped, half cup)
  3. Onion (finely chopped, half cup)
  4. Serrano Pepper (1, finely sliced)
  5. Tomato (1 medium, finely chopped)
  6. Ginger (1 table spoon, finely chopped)
  7. Garlic (1 table spoon, finely chopped)
  8. Red Chili Powder (1/2 table spoon)
  9. Salt (according to the taste)
  10. Timur Powder (2 tea spoons, optional)
  11. Soybeans (1/2 cup)
  12. Oil (3 table spoons)
  13. Lime Juice (1 table spoon)
  14. Cumin-Coriander Powder (2 tea spoons)
Directions:
  • Heat oil and fry soybeans.
  • Take out soybeans and in the same remaining oil fry gundruk. Gundruk tend to burn fast so be careful.
  • On a large bowl combine fried soybeans and all of the above mentioned ingredients.
  • Mix well.
  • Done! simple as that >:D<


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